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By ATJDRED BENCH
Annual Guild Meeting ?
I The; January, meeting of ,St.
Paul's Episcopal Guild wa held
at , the home-of Mr. N. C. a
foury on North Summer street
yesterday, afternoon and officers
for the ensuing: year were elected.
The report ' ; of 'the treasurer
showed one of the most active and
interesting years: the, Guild has
tad . , .1 -, W
The tneetltags are held at the
tome of the different members
in the ttrst iionday of :each
ii onth, wlthtea-.:erve4 a4.. the
Conclusion of the afteraoon. The
retiring officers of the' Guild are
tlrs. 1 Rex Sanfo'rd,; president;
U rs. William N iem jjyer. ylee pres
ident; Mrs, N. J. .Kafoury, treas-
I iirer and Mrs. 'James Humphreys,
it i .
we served ati the .tea' hour, -with
Mrs J: TV, Cooler presiding at the
urn) Mrs.. L.U14ichelsoa also as
sisted th6'host5ss'. . ' ' -t ; ,' ' -:
The group tir the affernoon tn
cluded.: Mrs.1 T.' Hicks. Mts.!
Warren Pohle Irs... Ilall . Cane.
Mrs. A. A. Gueffroyv Mrs. Fred
. . . mmi ; i - -t i " luif
that she" fill haveiaa her attend- Un, -f- Elf m. Mrs. 1 Miehel
ants Misi Elisabeth Hamlin of Mrs. J- Tj Cooper, the honor
New Yori. who 1H he maid of est. rs. Merle ; Eastman, and
hnnnr vTtfi tha hndAm&iH will .the hostess. Mrs. Walter B.
hA-Mfa VfliaA flrlatnlnf fnrtl&nH. I Mfnier.
I Hofers at A ga te Beach
rroomj Miss Anne Covington and Co1- and Mrf E- iHofer antI tile,r
Miss Beatrice McLean. house-gnests, -Mr.' pad Mrs. - Law-
Mr. Dubn will hare as his best T?nce Hfr f Sa Frandsco. left
min. liis brother.' Richard; Dunn; yesterday, mprnirjg for Agate
off Jacksenrille. and. the ! ushers Beach where they fwill spend sev-
wfll b Thomas HopTcIbs. Jr. eral tiays at thQ Hofer . home.
Francis winslow. . James i NolanTI Jlaalnore.
Garvin Brackenbridze of New
York and Karl Day of Florida.- Royal Neighbors Sewing
A ; reception will follow the Society 1 ' f.:
ceremony) at the Washington -" Mrs. Anna Lewis will be ..hos
apartment of Senator and Mrs. tess at her home, 2085 Maple are
Stanfieldi V I Inue. for the mepibers of. the J
1 f . , ,'. 1 Royal Neighbors . society for an
all-day njeetiog tpday. A pot-luck
3 -4 T L- J
dinner preceding, included:
and ilars., "Paul y. - Jhti8onf
and Mrs.' Kail B, Kuget Mr.
Mrs. Bliss L. parby, 3IrJ an
Roy H. ' Mills, Dr. and Mrs.
Newmyer, Dr. and Mrs. G.MT.
Beilineer. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson It.
Darby, pr. ad Mrs, C. E. Ifiatesi
Mr. ana Airs, max rage mp.a jar.
and Mr?- Walter L. Snalding. ' ;
Christmas Cantata , io ; .
Be Repeated . j n
' ; So many requests have 'been
made for the repetition ol the
Christmas cantata. "The' Holy
Nativity which was suing at;. the
Central Congregational jehorch otr
December 27, that Rfer. H. 'C:
Stover, the pastoi?, of tpe fhur.c
has announced that thb: choir will
repeat this sacred in'jusicaie dn'
Sunday evening, Januaiy 10.
i , v, r y
,Thi3 Bame beautiful cantata,-s-
The' irory- Nativity, was sung
at. the .rprtUrnd Atidttorlum Tast
Su&day by the choir of the Central
Presbyterian Pftarph with . Tsplt
that every -number was encored.
iWpntens Relief Corps
With! Mrs. Helen Soutnwkk as
ipstalling, off icerand Mrs. Norma
Terwilliger .as installing conduc
tor assisted Cby, Mrs. Io uise Koon,
chaplain. .Emma Thompson, musi
cian Bessie' Martin. : Rose Voris,
Hatie;; Kennen, and Gerjrude
Remiagton -as otor bearers. ,'
; The following officers of Sedge
wkfk Woman's Relief Corps, No.
I "!werq'.inst3ilc5t '4 Vbe regular
meeting' on Saturday, January 2;
President., , Clara Adams : ' sen
ior vice president, Mary , Acker-
man, t- chaplain. ; Nettle 4 Schram.
conductor, Sarah Peterson, secre
tary, Florence I3hipp; patrlotie tn-
structor, Ijoulsa ti King... irsff; cor-
tnuslcian, - Jessie Crossan ; Assist
ant conductor, Susanna"" Botts;
color,- bearer,;' No. ?Franees
Thompson ; color bearer f No, V 4
Lulu Boring. ' J v
The following officers were ab
sent and' will be installed at jthe
neit meeting: Junior vice p rest
dent, Jennie ' Martin ; "treasurer,
Hattie B. Cameron;' guard, Fannie
Fisher, assistant ' guard," rMr?.'
Emma Simons, color bearer No. 1,
Delia Clearwater, and color Near
er No. ,2. Ada Simpson. - r,. .
Delegates to the department
convention to be held ''in Marsh-
low: Delegate rKo. 1. Emma
Thompson Np3Su,sanna- Botts,
3 Ixulsapjisrifb. M- Mary!
NeynarU No. 6 ilabel-Lockwood,
Sjoj4 ytatf, Schneider, JJoi t:iasa
Koon, No. - 8 , Iha ; Koon. no. 9
Nettie Schram, No.' 10 Lulu Bor
tngf -and 3ioi '3. 1 Jessie Crossan. J,
services ' Mrs. 'Adams, the newly
installed president.' In well chosen,
wtth-recognition' pin; a 'gift from
ithe pew- officers, i Mrs.7"Sotilh-
wik made- a gracious reaponse. in
nckdowledgement. of 'the' gift, v . .
Mrs. MaryiWatson, refiripgiec
retary, next presented Mrs? Jones
tbq retrrfpg pfesldent'apast res
ident's badge i in addition to the
redoenltiopr pin; brth ot -Which
field in June were -named as, fol were accepted, as -gifts "from the
Corps in an -appreciative manner
Various committees made tlteir
nntjual renorts'whlchshowed that
each group -hal. faithfully carried ?!
ontheutleSiPi: thppast year, ,
The accepted reports were plated . ;
on file. '.; ,- .' . I? , t
VWfCm r :; .- .'7 J -Sj "',.-
imd'untheon 4: 1 . ,
j The i home' of: ,Mr. and lrs. ...
Harold . Elf strom was the. scenes on -fewYeir?
4ay fof an.' attractive :
three-coarse' luncheon at 1 o'clock.
(ContlBue4 on pag 7.)
XUkMiJi HAAU iiXa ! S
SI I The new officers elected for War Mothers Plan Sale
! pig season are: Mn wmiam Nie-1 iem cnager oi xne Am- limner, win he, servea
I jmeyer, preident: Ms. C. C.'Page. I erican War Mothers Cmatfe - plahg v !
vice president; Mrs. N. C. Ka- ior a sam 01 aencious pies, cakes I New Year at Spaulding
oins, secretary. ; i; . r"11 wt pmtcb on jaiuraay, wan-i Outstanding among all tne ai-i
Mrs. Henry B. Thielsen-will be 1 ry i, at tne meeting yesterday fairs which weloomed the few
the J hostess for Jthe j February j p tne pnamner of Commerce I yr,-not yet a week oldi in
meeting -and will e i assisted -by J rooms. j j Salem was the community party
Airs. Humphreys and Mrs. San-1 . raauer oipiantmg;,7mem-i Thursday -night when Mr
ford.;,, , L .. err irefs aiong tne wgnwgys ami mm. Walter L. Snauldlne
was alsoj discussed at some length W(r hastsJ The house was
strikingly lovely with decorations
Biutinpsst tinL Prof 'esistinnnl I during the afternoon.
I r Oiftan & . kJiUO I 1- -u?ry , 0f white, ereen. and red. all
The -members of the . Salem mem oers are asiea to meet rhip wIi.h Christmas foliage.
Business and; Profonal Wom-Im for a special mating; ar- attracUye ornatneats and ardfi
en's club -are antiftegan?lnJ?ned through, the calj : Of; the I A -4Hrh . . ,
teresting meeting this evaning ati lreswent. Dues that are still ton- .nii 0-iin0tB W
... ..-..!. . oi win - t.T . .t r- -li'' l-The group participating in the
, !..... . I i i . , . - i evening of events, with a $relfclou
Commerce rooms. Mrs. W. H. f L . lr -I I, . -. ; -
Burghardt will speaki following I invitations Issued for
the dinner. Later la. the evening a llleceptioil
hmsinHs mneHnV will ho fiolif I Invitations .hare been insnd I -
; . J- ! j i ' thy the state board of control and I Story Telling section. Mrs; Ivan
Muut-.Stahfield Chooses the facility of the'school for th Bellinger leader. Court apart-
, M MM T.A J MM . - i , I, . : m nv a i i-
Si.iimia.anis . ,,. ieai 105 a reception next Mpnaay i cof: - rt
Washineton. Jan. 5.--Miss Bar-1 evenln. (January 11. in ! the main - veterans
SOCIAL OaXENDAIl I
Todav 1 -
bara Stanfield. daughter, of Sen- I building -of the school j honorinr liliary i Mra
ator and Mrs. Robert Nelson Stan-? Superintendent and -Mrs. F. Ly-1 Chemeketa
field, whse wedding 'A to Henry.) man Sieed. The hours i will be I clock
Dunn will take nlacei Thursday.
Free to Radio Fans
' i - THihk-" Coerts . .v '
-7-KGV (491 JS), PortlamL
6-7 KGO 301 .2) , Oakland.
k . ifews ; 1 "
7:0-7:i5 KG Wl "(491.5),
, I'ortUnd. i News items. , a
HpccUI ; . .
7:2ft -KOAC (28Q.2), Corval.
i Hh. Musical selections; 7:30,
I "Color and Design In Hotise
1 Decoration." Margaret More
! house; 7:45-8, "Mid-Winter
I Hints for the Sick." Kather-
in-Height. j; '-; , .:i', .
7: SO-9 KHfiC ,(31f 3),Pn
iniR, Wa&li-, String trio,
Margery Segessemann. pian-
1st; Gladys FraseVs, vielinist;
Raymond Howell: Aline
PTice. vocalist; "The Wash
ington Lam b,VHo ward Hack
' edarn ; "Light and Electricity
Waves," Dr. H B. Briggs;
... book' reviews.'' Alice Lindt?ay
Webb; "Pyroto-'a! Cheap tout
Effective Farm Explosive,"
B. N. Miller. ' j
6:30-7:30 KHJ (405.2), Los
. Augrles History etory.Prof.
V Kiitertalamefnts .
6 : 30-i 1 KF1 (467), Los An-
grte. 6:30, vest pocket con
cert; T. detective -stories;
, 7:20; varied program, Frank
Berry, tenor; William Mae
Dougall. Scotch ! comedian;
Stark Sistehs, harmony duet-.
ists; 8, program; Vprogrnm,
L. A. Examiner; jlO, Patrick
Marsh orchestra. i
G-1 1 :30 K H J , (4054S) , . Ixs
Angeles. . Leighton" orches
tra; 6:30-7:30, history story.
Prof. HerUog; ,D 1 ck'WIn
slow." Juvenile reporter; Ca-
m ilia Johnson. Mickey Mc-
Bak. wrefn juveniles; string
.trio;-, ur. ar;BuinKrui,i
scientific lecturer; 8 ; 3 0-
, 1 1 f3o, Clark's- dance .orches
tra.' v ".' i ' v
0:4O.U F O (4281), San
FrWn clsco. t:40-7, Lind or
chestra; 7-7:30. Seiger'a or
chestra; 8-9. Ernest Ingold,
:. director; 9-3.0? danc mnsic
iu-n. juina orcnesira.
of Foreign Wars aux-
, Carle Abrams, 1465
street, hostess, 2:30
i. . ..
from eight to ten olclock. I Woman's; Home Missionary soci-
The ipersoiinel of the state cty- .Jftrst fuetnonisx enuven. xwrs.
board of control through whinh I R. L. Farmer, 909 Chemeketa
the invitations - are Axionrinri in- I street, hostess.
etudes: Governor Walter M I ucsuo ai
Pierce. Secretary of State Sam A.lety. Leslid hall.
Kozer. i State ; Treasurer Thnmu I Central circle ol tlio Jason tee
B. Kajf, an secretary of the I Tiadies Aid
board, Col. Carle 'Abrams.
'Vocation in Spockanc
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Evans and
qaugnter, Joan, nave just re-
society. '2 o'clock.
BuBinf;sH and Professional
lub.. Chamber of Coin-
E. Ladies' Aid soci-
merce rooms. 6:3-0 o'clock.
Prof. N. iB. Zane's class.
turned 5 from Spokane where they library
i were guests during the Christmas I decoraUpA,
holidays, visltins: at the' home nf Pety clni
Mr. atfd Mni C. C. Calkins and olse nd ft
Mr. aid Mrs. Ivan Fruit. At nostesses
Hermiiiton they Were'lmuse-riieat!rlatreet-
nf Uri oni T, it2- T TtCH 1 'SOUS
!- ,IL-: I " .- I r
Hal Hibbard Auxiliary
rne j members of Hal Hibbard
Auxiliary will meet on Friday aft
ernoon! in (the Armory. ! A l
o'clock! covered dilh luncheon will
be followed I by an installation I hostess.
service., when officers ifor thi'Nwl Kensington
Year ill be installed. ;
f i :
Social Evening at
FraiMand t .
A community business and so
cial meeting will be held at 7:30
O'clock this evening in the church
Block . printing. Home
. Frank W- Spencer,
Botse"home, 61$ Court
30 o'clock. Drill and
discussion. . . 7 "
WCTVJ - prayer meeting. Hall,
2:3 k o'clock.
Raphetelan club. Mrs. Carle
Abrams, 1465 Chemeketa street.
club. Mrs. I. L
1465 State street.
First Presbyterian church. Church
parlors, 2d30 o'clock.
Missionary meeting of First'
at Fiiultland. All are cordially I congregational ennren witn Mrs.
inrltell to attend. 1 N- Mcjores, 555 Chemeketa,
Friday, 230 o'clock.
Xomp'co Chtb ' i I ; Hal Hibbard Auxiliary. Armory
in memners or tne lYpjmarpo 1 1 p ciock coverea (atsn luncneon.
club rill meet on Friday after-1 Installation of officers. -
noonat the home of Mrs. Grant! yomarco club., Mrs. Grant Day.
Day, (645 Chemeketa street, for I 64 Che mketa street, hostess.
the regular j meeting. ! ;
i .-- : .. - - )
Return to College ;
Miss Klizabeth Tatt and Miss
Louise Pierson left-oni Saturday
to re-enterj the Oregon! Agricul- Nativity.'? . Central, Congregation
Salenv J Woman's elub. Club
Vouse. 2:30 o'clock. ,
Christmas cantata,' Thei Holy
I tural college for the winter terpi. al churcli. Evening service.
,Mrs -Easinian Is jianoved A
Airs. Morie rwamraan jot Marys-
mn California, who will be. re-
memnered ias vera Morrison, was J
.the inspiration for', a ; delightful
afternoon lea on Monday at the
homo of Mrs. Walter i B. Mlnier !
who; entertained ; in her honor,.
Holiday decorations were festive
about' the' ; rooms. The guestsf of
iue i aay were an (orrner xrienus
of Mrs. Bastman. ' Refreshments.
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And we find just a multitude, of items . that , represent the
last one of the stock, TjroVen ets, odd pieces, etc.
So for those who didht' get something for Christmas!
I . tJiat they really wanted we
: i ft 1
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Everything must go and everything has been
reduced including even Rogers Silverware,
Ogin and Hamilton Watches and all other
contract goods .
if you receiyed nionsy forj Christmas now is
the time to 'multiply its value for in many cases;
it is worth twice as much as ordinarily. "i
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State at Liberty . , Next to the Spa
Arilc-- ' - ? 1 - ; 'J v i: i'-
City Property Salesman
Farm Property Salesman
f N TOU MUST tAVli AUAU )
I Opportunity ror AaTancement 5
We Have SOObi Exchange
OUR OWN OFFICES IN
PORTLAND AND SALEM h
Average salesmen develop into $500 a .
j ' month inert tinder! our system- : y
Sec A'lfrX Raskin personally, Parker ;
Realty companyj 408-40D United States
National Bank HIdgl tmmercial at ;'
ii n t pJ Trfpnhnni. 2212. Salem. Orecon. i
Uy Charlca Ucllaruj ;
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iil . ? .ij 7 l - -:V-i ? ty ' ! -
;rrAxrrpFouRS v; i. :L Yoli' 6dcMr.ro. put ( f , $The bit -fJfr orTTfW " ' toI" voJ iSMxi h ? T h !
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